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Dancing Song - Cornel Wilde - OST: The Naked Prey

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  1. The Naked Prey - Criterion Collection is an interesting artifact from the s, when a pioneering director/star tried to make something different, taking advantage of less strict production codes to tell a violent adventure story with sociological underpinnings. Cornell Wilde plays a hunter in 19th-century Africa whose safari insults the tribe.
  2. Special features include optional audio commentary by Stephen Prince, original soundtrack cues, theatrical trailer, "John Colter's escape", a record of a flight from Blackfoot Indians read by Paul Giamatti, an essay by Michael Atkinson and a print interview with Wilde.
  3. Wilde, in a deviation from his somewhat stolid leading-man performances of the ‘40s and ‘50s, carries the picture with his physicality and humor – you feel his fatigue, fear, hunger, and occasional exultation. Suspenseful until its closing minute, The Naked Prey is an action-adventure movie that never loses its grip on the viewer. Seeing.
  4. As far as double duties go regarding acting and directing, The Naked Prey represents one of the most impressive feats I’ve ever witnessed. Though Cornel Wilde was never mentioned in the same breath as Orson Wells, what he was able to achieve here is just as monumental as any of Wells’ ground-breaking work.
  5. In , actor Cornel Wilde directed and starred in the film The Naked Prey, filmed in South Africa. This recording features music from the soundtrack performed by members of the Zulu, Shangaan, and Xhosa tribes from various N’guni villages in South Africa. The music includes courting songs, work songs, celebrations, and animal imitations.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of OST: The Naked Prey on Discogs.

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